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If a bill passed by the Mississippi House becomes law, students won’t be the only ones receiving grades from teachers If a bill that passed in the Mississippi House becomes law, teachers will grade parents on their involvement with their children’s education.
Under House Bill 4, also known as the Parent Involvement and Accountability Act, teachers would be required to grade parents’ involvement with their children’s education.
The legislation, by state Rep. Gregory Holloway (D-Hazlehurst), would mandate a section be added to each child’s report card on which the parents are graded on their responsiveness to communication with teachers, the students’ completion of homework and readiness for tests, and the frequency of absences and tardiness.
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